Small Group Ministries

SMALL GROUP MINISTRIES

Small group gatherings at Davies Memorial offer a rich opportunity for members and visitors to dive deep into a wide variety of topics, from facilitated conversations following each Sunday’s service, to book discussions and classes. It’s a great way to get to know folks better, and to become more fully involved in the community.

Each of these gatherings offers a safe space for members of the Davies family to live out our Fourth Principle, the free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Groups meet at church unless otherwise noted, and each group is open to newcomers throughout the year. For more information, check-in with our minister or any of our greeters and ushers on Sunday morning.

Book Group Discussion: A range of great works are discussed each Sunday morning in the hour before our worship service. Titles range from Shakespeare’s King Lear to Elaine Pagels’ The Gnostic Gospels. Check the calendar for current titles and join a small group of readers and thinkers at 9:30 am in Room 2.

A Course in Miracles: The goal of the ongoing study group for A Course in Miracles is to help undo present fears and limiting self-concepts, and to experience more peace and joy. This leads, through forgiveness, to the healing of relationships. Participants are welcome at any time and for any number of sessions. Read more.

Post-Service Discussion: Shortly after the conclusion of our worship service, a small group of congregants gather for a facilitated conversation about the day’s sermon and service. Listen for the announcement, and feel free to bring your refreshments – and your opinions – to Room 2.

Soul Matters Drop-In Discussion: Join Pastor Norm for a discussion of our monthly Soul Matters theme, which range from Vision to Trust to Curiosity. Meets monthly on 4th Thursdays from 7:00 to 8:30 pm.

Women’s Circle: Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month from 7:30 – 9:30 pm at members’ homes. Contact: Roz Winard. Read more.

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